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  1. Accepting One Another

    Accepting Differences

    in Compassion Poems

    We are not the same,
    Not in creed, in colour or name.
    Yet together we inhabit this earth,
    We should value each other's worth.

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  2. If You See My Mom In Heaven

    Poem About Mom In Heaven

    in Spiritual Poems about Death

    If you see my mom in heaven,
    She won't be hard to find.
    She's God's masterpiece of
    Motherhood.

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    My Mom passed away about 2 weeks ago. This poem really struck home. When I go through her pictures, I get teary eyed. I love my mom. She is the core of my family. Now being in heaven, I know...

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  4. Sea Of Change

    Changing From One Mood To Another

    in Change Poems

    The clouds never break
    Like blue waters do
    On this Island of Pain.
    How can I stand true?

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  5. The Old Christmas Card

    in Christmas Poems

    I found a little Christmas card.
    ‘Twas in a box of stuff.
    I opened it and read it.
    Its verse was written thus.

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    Excellent. I lost my father 4 years ago, and ever since, I have been saving Christmas Cards given to me by my mother. At age 85, there is no guarantee she will be here this or next Christmas....

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  7. You Take Me There

    Poem About Needing God

    in God Poems

    As I search for your saving grace,
    I know one day I'll see your face.
    Waiting is the hardest thing for me.
    I know with you I will be so free.

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    This poem is so great. I can feel the love and faith of God.

  8. I Am Close

    Living Life After The Death Of A Loved One

    in Death Moving On Poems

    In your thoughts
    we will touch.
    In your dreams
    we will meet.

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  9. Do You Dare?

    Making The World A Better Place

    in Earth Poems

    A world of peace, a world of hope.
    Not full of violence, crime and dope.

    I want all that's bad to be stopped in its tracks.

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  10. The Workout

    Funny Poem About The Challenges Of Losing Weight

    in Funny Life Poems

    I need to lose weight, just a pound or twenty.
    If I could lose fifty, well that would be plenty.
    I could join a gym, but I don't have the gumption.
    My legging clad legs aren't for public consumption.

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    This was positively delightful! I'm quite sure this sums up just about anyone who has ever tried to exercise, only to be utterly fed up with it in no time. This definitely got me laughing,...

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  11. Letter To My Daughter

    Touching Poem To A Daughter Going Out On Her Own

    in Daughter Poems

    When I first held you in my arms,
    You were so perfect and so small.
    You are a full-grown woman now;
    And I am proud, oh how!

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  12. Coronavirus - Have You Seen

    Poem Thanking Doctors And Nurses

    in Current Events Poems

    Have you seen the doctors who hardly get to sleep?
    From sad weary eyes, silent tears they weep.
    They're battling to save hundreds of lives,
    Yet see so many dying right before their eyes.

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